Vaultize to Showcase its EDRM at Gartner 2016

Posted by Sameer Vitkar on August 30 2016

We are exhibiting our enterprise digital rights management (eDRM aka information rights management) with enterprise file sharing  (EFSS) at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit in Mumbai on September 1 and 2, 2016 as Silver Sponsor.


The Security & Risk Management Summit will provide IT security professionals with best practices and strategies so they can maintain cost-effective security and risk programs in order to support digital business and drive enterprise success. Ensuring the effectiveness of security and risk management strategy is a critical component to the organization's success.

Vaultize is the only enterprise digital rights management and secure file sharing vendor to offer file sync & share, ftp replacement, virtual data room (VDR) and mobile collaboration and VPN-free anywhere access – providing enterprises complete control and visibility over sensitive corporate data, irrespective of the device used for accessing and sharing that data – even in highly regulated and security-conscious verticals – including Fortune 500s. Vaultize customers include Banks, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) companies, Automotive, Healthcare, Media and Defense organizations.

Current eDRM solutions on the market have a major weakness with regard to text files. Saving as .TXT and .CSV is a known tactic to defeat the DRM, which rely on features in proprietary executable software.  Vaultize is the first company to truly protect these files from those who do not have access rights by building a secure text reader into the eDRM client.  It is common to have critical human resource and financial data in these file types and with the growth in Internet of Things (IoT), sensors are increasingly generating such data. Now with Vaultize’s integrated editing software and eDRM, these files are finally secure.

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